NFL Power Rankings, Week 4: Eagles claim No. 1 spot; Titans, Cowboys and Jaguars fly up the board

Last week, the Bills felt like a juggernaut that had transcended the accepted bounds of the NFL Power Rankings. Seven days later, they can't even call the No. 1 spot their own.

Such is life in the NFL, where everything is temporary and nothing is what it seems. Yesterday's Bills are today's Eagles, who are tomorrow's ... well, maybe it will be your squad.

Adversity comes for every organization in time. Some teams are consumed by it. The best teams weather the bad times, stay in the picture, then make one final run to glory (SEE: the 2021 Los Angeles Rams).

The NFL Power Rankings exist to track the journey of each team in the league of 32. Let's get back to work.

Philadelphia Eagles Rank 1 Previous rank: No. 3

Buffalo Bills Rank 2 Previous rank: No. 1

Miami Dolphins Rank 3 Previous rank: No. 8

Green Bay Packers Rank 4 Previous rank: No. 5

Kansas City Chiefs Rank 5 Previous rank: No. 2

Los Angeles Rams Rank 6 Previous rank: No. 6

Baltimore Ravens Rank 7 Previous rank: No. 10

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rank 8 Previous rank: No. 4

Minnesota Vikings Rank 9 Previous rank: No. 11

Cincinnati Bengals Rank 10 Previous rank: No. 12

San Francisco 49ers Rank 11 Previous rank: No. 9

Tennessee Titans Rank 12 Previous rank: No. 20

Dallas Cowboys Rank 13 Previous rank: No. 21

Denver Broncos Rank 14 Previous rank: No. 17

Los Angeles Chargers Rank 15 Previous rank: No. 7

Detroit Lions Rank 16 Previous rank: No. 16

Cleveland Browns Rank 17 Previous rank: No. 22

Jacksonville Jaguars Rank 18 Previous rank: No. 28

New Orleans Saints Rank 19 Previous rank: No. 13

Arizona Cardinals Rank 20 Previous rank: No. 14

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